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Break-Point: FDA Committee Votes To Restrict Quinolones, But Does Not Endorse Disability Syndrome

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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An FDA advisory committee review of quinolone antibiotic safety focused on a very old safety issue – but points to a new era in antibiotic development, and restricted use models.

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